You know how you open a “project" in a local code editor? I guess different editors have different terminology for it, but essentially what you are doing is opening a folder/directory and it shows you a sidebar full of files and folders you can navigate through and such.
Typically there is one parent folder, and everything else is within that folder. Right? Well, it doesn’t have to be! That’s where symbolic links come in.
Otherwise known as symlinks, they …
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